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1  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing in General: Discussion and Questions / 1990's easy to sew Simplicity 8360 smock pattern on: January 13, 2015 09:44:07 AM
 Smiley Hello I am looking for a smock / housedress pattern by Simplicity #8360 easy to sew made in the 1990's. It has 4 views , 3 are sleeveless and one has short sleeves all are bound with bought bias tape and the hem is rounded like a shirttail. I hope someone my know where I can find one I have looked all over the web. Thanks mae57 .
2  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / Christmas poinsetta towell topper on: December 02, 2013 09:25:27 AM
 Smiley Hello All I am looking for a pattern that came out of a big book. It is of a towel topper and is made with sparkle yarn. There is also a potholder and a stocking towel topper with the same pattern. Here is a picture       if someone could tell me the book and year it came from or if you have the pattern Please let me know  Thanks   email  bannie_hen@yahoo.com
3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Button and loop closures on: November 23, 2013 06:17:03 AM
Hello I have a question about what time period was the button and loop closure used on under garments? Like side closures for long line bras, slips. I had a homemade slip once that closed on the side with buttons and fabric loops. The straps in front also has the same type of closure. I don't have a picture of the slip but it was made like a long line bra with a half slip attached . The bra cups were sewn with stitching to make it have body and there was a small pocket in the front. I wonder what that was for. If anyone has any Ideas Please let me know. This picture is just a sample of how the slip was made. bannie_hen@yahoo.com   Thanks   Huh
4  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing in General: Discussion and Questions / Mccalls 9669 robe & PJ's size 18 on: November 12, 2013 03:12:00 AM
Hello I am looking for a McCalls  sewing pattern made in 1969 .The number is 9669 it has raglan sleeve wrap robe with PJ's (long pants) I need the size 18. if someone knows where this pattern is will you please email me bannie_hen@yahoo.com  Thanks
5  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / hanging TP holder on: March 14, 2010 09:56:18 PM
 Smiley Has anyone made a simple 3-tier Hanging TP holder? I saw one for sale already crocheted with a simple flower on the front . Would like to see if anyone else has made one it consists of HDC and DC. It will hold 3 rolls of TP paper and hangs on a hook. Would like a pattern if someone can share  Huh
6  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing in General: Discussion and Questions / flannel blanket on: March 10, 2010 06:43:39 PM
 Smiley I am tryin to find a tutorial on making a baby blanket.The blanket consists of 2 pieces of fabric. The top piece  is 2" shorter all around. You sew the right side together which will leave a 2 in. border and the corners will be mitered when you sew the point at a angle then trim off dog earand turn through small opening at the botton or side which you will hand sew closed. I need to fing the correct  way so when I sew it will be the same on all 4 miter points. you turn the blanket inside out and the blanket is all finished in one turn then whip up place where you turned it out. I hope someone knows exactly what I and talking about. Roll Eyes
7  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / joining panels on: March 10, 2010 04:18:33 PM
 Smiley I am trying to join 2 dc panels  with a  join that looks like a sc but  is not. This join is like no other join I have done or seen. The 2 pieces will be joined at the bottom . The way it is joined looks like a sc  to hold the pieces together but you dont  do a sc  in the usual way There is no ridge and  is crocheted together using yarn from previous dc row when you are finished you cut the thread. The finish is clean. I hope someone can tell me if they know of this type of joining  Roll Eyes Is there several ways to join? I know all the standard ones but this one is very different and looks simple but I need an expert on this  Huh
8  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / Baby Blanket on: February 26, 2010 08:30:40 PM
 Smiley I am looking for a simple pattern to a baby blanket that has a sc in one stitch then a dc in next stitch and repeates with a dc in the top of the sc of previous row.I need to know how many chains to start with.  Huh
9  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / slip stitch cap pattern on: January 07, 2010 06:49:21 AM
 Smiley hello, I think I have finally found the correct name for what I am looking for. The pattern is to a crocheted cap. It is called slip stitch and you use a regular size crochet hook. I do not know the size of the hook and worsted yarn  but the finished cap looks like it has been knit and purl. If someone has a pattern to such a cap I would like to make one .  Huh thanks
10  CROCHET / Crochet: Discussion and Questions / how to crochet that looks like a knit stitch on: January 05, 2010 06:52:52 PM
 Smiley I am looking for a pattern to a scarf that uses 2 colors and looks like a knit and purl stitch with fringe on each end using a crochet hook. I don't think it is a Tuscan stitch  or is made on a loom .I do not know what size hook but it looks like it might be a large hook.  Huh Thanks
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